Fraction. Aja. Hawkeye. Kate Bishop. Cars. Guns. And videotape. The breakout star of this summer's blockbuster Avengers film, Clint Barton - a.k.a. the self-made hero Hawkeye - fights for justice and good rooftop BBQs! And with ex-Young Avenger Kate Bishop by his side, he's out to get some downtime from being one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes!

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By Matt Fraction and David Aja 

  • Collects Issues #1-6
  • Publisher : ‎Marvel
  • Release : 3/19/2013
  • Softcover : 136 pages
  • Dimensions : Standard TPB
  • Reading age : 13 years and up
  • MSRP : $14.99

One of the best runs in the past decade


Rightfully, the most critically acclaimed Marvel run in the past decade. This series was nominated for a Marvel record twenty-two (22) combined Eisner and Harvey awards. It also received the Goodreads Choice Award for “Best Graphic Novel” in 2013.

This book will remind you why you love comics and raise your expectations for what both the industry and medium are able to provide readers. 


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  1. This book/run is amazing! The use of speech, or the lack thereof, in this book is amazing. Clint and Kate feel like old friends that you share a story with in this series. A++

  2. I feel like every now and then there is a critically acclaimed book that I simply “don’t get.” And this is one of them. Now, don’t get me wrong, it was fine. I’d give it about a 6/10 or so. Not bad at all. But I feel like I completely missed what the big deal is. I think I would have liked it better if the individual issues were connected in a stronger fashion. The first three issues more or less operate as independent stories. And they are fine stand alone stories. But as someone who hasn’t read much Hawkeye I would have preferred if they were a little more closely knit. The next two issues are stronger as they are linked. I will say that the last issue was by far the best. It was rock solid and really had a lot of heart and character. While I didn’t love it, I realize I’m in the minority. I feel like the worst case is that you’ll enjoy it but won’t love it. Kind of like me.

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